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SAP JMS Provider for Production Useage

HI PI Gurus,

We are working on JMS Scenarios and looking for possibility to use SAP Netweaver as JMS Provider.

Planning to have 4 Queues:

1) For Priority Work Orders

2) For Reactive Work Orders( except priority P1's)

3) For Planned Work Orders.

Third Party system will create orders and place the Work Order as XML's on these three different queues depending upon type of work and SAP PO will use JMS adapter to listen these different queues and process the XML's.

Planned work orders get created as part of batch so they will be created in bulk and daily it can produce 6000 or more work orders at a time.Each work order will be a one XML.

Now considering the scenario above, Can you suggest what are draw backs fo choosing SAP Netweaver as JMS provider for production useage?

We are planning to use Hermes JMS for monitoring the queues on Netweaver.

Please help me with all pros and cons with this approach.

Also comment on Queue Depth for JMS queues on SAP Netweaver Web AS( version 7.1).

Your sincere reply will be much appreciated and points will be awarded.

Kind Regards,


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    Aug 13, 2014 at 05:01 PM

    Hi All,

    Please respond to this query if you have used SAP Netweaver JMS  for production purpose as JMS Provider.

    Warm regards,


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      Hi Anurag,

      The only thing i have used the JDNI JMS queue for was for alerting. We have critical interfaces that are not allowed to have down time.

      Created a component based alert. That causes an xml to be created in the queue. Then have a JMS channels that reads that queue and from there i send a soap message to our sms service providers.

      Also use hermes to see if there are any messages stuck or waiting to be picked-up.

      PI Alerting on AAE/AEX

      The queue has not given me trouble at all. The interface is running perfectly.

      But you are talking about large number of orders. I dont see any problems. Would suggest just monitoring it closely and make sure that your system is always in tip top shape.


      Jannus Botha